Four Seasons Tented Camp

Golden Triangle Thailand

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Local Temperature

19 °C / 66 °F

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Golden Triangle, Thailand

P.O. Box 18, Chiang Saen Post Office
Chiang Rai 57150, 

Telephone: +66 53 910-200

Fax number: +66 53 652-189






The Camp

Creative alternatives to meeting rooms include the river-view Burma Bar and the outdoor Elephant Camp event space. At the end of productive days, you and your colleagues can enjoy interacting with the elephants, or you can return to your luxurious tented accommodations to rest your mind and enjoy the serenity of the bamboo jungle.

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    You yearn for adventure and want to discover the mysteries of the Golden Triangle. In an all-inclusive two-, three- or four-night adventure designed for active adults at Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle activities await you from the moment you arrive in a traditional long tail boat.

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    A variety of enticing day trips in Golden Triangle awaits: tour bustling markets or a lush royal garden, shop for exquisite textiles and jewellery, marvel at temples and pagodas, hike to bamboo forests and ethereal waterfalls, help conduct research into elephant intelligence and even learn how to play elephant polo!

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    Imagine a vacation where you could actually have it all – spectacular wilderness, total privacy, blissful luxury and flawless service. At the Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle, you can now make that ultimate holiday dream come true – own an entire Four Seasons for a few days!

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    To help you make the most of your getaway, be sure to bring clothes and supplies appropriate for an adventure in the Golden Triangle.


Quick Reference



Within a 5-minute drive of the Resort

Hall of Opium

Her Royal Highness, the Princess Mother of Thailand, realised that education was critical in the reduction of opium cultivation and illegal drug use. By promoting greater awareness and a better understanding of the effects, dangers and consequences of opium and opiates, she believed that fewer people would be tempted into drug use, and that decreasing demand would gradually reduce supply. She hoped that the effects of this public awareness would extend worldwide. The initiative led to the Hall of Opium and its exhibitions, which utilise "edu-tainment" (education that is entertaining) to raise people's awareness about illegal drugs. Today, the Hall of Opium exhibition and information centre is part of the 40-hectare (100-acre) Golden Triangle Park, 10 kilometres (6.2 miles) north of Chiang Saen in Chiang Rai province, where the borders of Thailand, Burma and Laos meet at the confluence of the Sop Ruak Tributary and the Mekong River.


Within a 10-minute drive of the Resort

Sop Ruak (Golden Triangle)

Sop Ruak is the world-famous place where the borders of Thailand, Burma (Myanmar) and Laos meet. Visitors can stand at the very point where the Sop Ruak River flows into the Mekong River. It is 9 kilometres (5.6 miles) north of Chiang Saen district.


Within a 15-minute drive of the Resort

Chiang Saen

Chiang Saen, a small town on the banks of the Mekong River, has an interesting museum and ancient temples. The museum displays antiques from the Lanna and Sukothai periods, as well as hilltribe artefacts. The well-preserved Wat Pa Sak complex dates back to 1295 and houses a large stupa with six smaller shrines and temples. Wat Chedi Luang has a large brick stupa in Chiang Saen style and dates back to the 14th century.


Within a 20-minute drive of the Resort

Wat Phra Dhat Chom Kitti

These two temples, built around the 10th century, are a pleasant 20-minute drive from the Tented Camp. The upper-level temple, Wat Phra Dhat Chom Kitti, sits on a hilltop 339 steps up the naga stairway from the road at the base of the mountain. It is also accessible by car. The temple contains a fragment of a Buddha relic enshrined in a golden pagoda. The platform of the pagoda sits on a square base with standing Buddha images on each of its four sides. The platform offers a great view of Chiang Sean and the Mekong River.


Within a 25-minute drive of the Resort

Mae Sai and Tachilek

Mae Sai is a small town at the Thai-Burmese border approximately 35 kilometres (22 miles) north of Chiang Rai. Across the border is the Burmese town of Tachilek. Here, visitors will find local gems, jade, textiles, Burmese tapestries, lacquerware, handicrafts and some Chinese products for sale. For a fee, they can also cross the border to Tachilek to catch a glimpse of Burmese life.

Month °F
January 81/53 27/12
February 88/55 31/13
March 92/61 33/16
April 95/66 35/19
May 92/72 33/22
June 90/74 32/23
July 88/74 31/23
August 86/72 30/22
September 86/72 30/22
October 86/68 30/20
November 84/63 29/17
December 81/55 27/13


Located in the higher elevations of northern Thailand, Chiang Saen enjoys a cooler and slightly less humid climate than the central and southern regions of the country. There are primarily three seasons: warm summer months, from March to May; green from June to October; and cool and dry from November to February. Temperatures can dip to 13°C (55°F) at night in cooler months, especially in the mountainous regions.


From Chiang Rai International Airport (CEI)

  • Travel Time: 1.5 hours
  • Distance: 53 miles/85 kilometres

Services provided by the Hotel

Private helicopter charters are available to connect Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai and Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle. Along the way, these rides offer spectacular views of the northern Thai countryside. Board the helicopter in Mae Rim village, a two-minute drive from the Resort. Flying time is approximately one hour. After arriving at the heliport close to the banks of the Mekong River, board a private longtail boat for the last leg of the journey to the Tented Camp (approximately 15 minutes). Helicopter service is also available from Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle to Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai. For more information on helicopter services between the two resorts, please contact the Resort directly.

Your accommodations in Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle are part of an all-inclusive package designed for active adults and teens. The package includes round-trip airport transfer, meals, house wines and spirits, elephant trekking and a spa treatment.


  Number Size Location View Beds Bathrooms
Deluxe Tent 5 54 m2 (581 sq. ft.) Various locations within the Camp Ruak River, Burma, the mountains of Laos; or the jungle and Golden Triangle King bed A full bath is incorporated into the living area; adjacent to this living area is an outdoor rain shower. A custom-made private wooden hot tub on the outdoor deck.
Superior Tent 10 54 m2 (581 sq. ft.) Along a hillside with entrance on ground level Ruak River, Burma and the mountains of Laos; or the jungle and Golden Triangle King or two twin beds A full bath is incorporated into the living area; adjacent to this living area is an outdoor rain shower


  Number Size Location View No. Bedrooms Beds Bathrooms
Explorers' Lodge 1 232 square metres Situated at the far end of the Camp with complete privacy Overlooking the jungle 2 One king and two twin beds Ensuite bathroom, shower and bathtub in each of the two rooms and a custom private pool on the outdoor deck

When you attend an event at Four Seasons, good food is a given. We hold ourselves to the highest standards and we deliver, with innovative catering options and impeccable service.


Group Experiences


Team Thai Cooking Challenges

Groups love to learn how to create authentic Thai cuisine. Our chef can provide a lesson, or challenge your team to compete to make sumptuous thai salads and other local favourites.


Dine with Elephants

Our talented food and beverage team excels at creating memorable and customized meal experiences. Take a sumptuous picnic lunch on a jungle trek, or enjoy a personalized dining event, such as a multicourse dinner (complete with elephant onlookers) at Elephant Camp.